Category Archives: Keystone pricing

New Inventor Startup Kit

When I conceived my idea for a thin, flexible wallet invention in 2002, I was very excited about the potential of my invention. But, I had no clue what I should do first. So I found a patent attorney and … Continue reading

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Inventing Basics: Price Points and Profit Margins

Inventing Basics: Price Points and Profit Margins This is the first post in a series of inventing basics – key focal points for the new inventor. Price points: cost to manufacture; wholesale; and retail sales price are crucial to the … Continue reading

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